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EQC denies repair settlement changes anything

Lawyer Duncan Webb says EQC's reaction is "terrible public relations" and "plainly wrong."

Chris Hutching
Fri, 29 Apr 2016

EQC’s public relations team is backtracking on the significance of “a landmark settlement” with a group of Canterbury earthquake claimants.

It issued a statement late yesterday in response to an NBR request to clarify its position.

“EQC rejects the Action Group’s claim that it has won a landmark

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Chris Hutching
Fri, 29 Apr 2016
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